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Nicki Minaj Brings Hypnotic Sex Talk to 'Boss Ass Bitch' Remix

Rapper-singer shared the track earlier today as a free download

December 30, 2013 4:35 PM ET
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Nicki Minaj performs in New York City.
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Nicki Minaj isn't done turning heads in 2013: The rapper-singer has posted a remix of PTAF's viral rap sensation "Boss Ass Bitch," which replaces the original's innuendo-filled rhymes with her own manic sex talk and breakneck brags. Minaj posted the track (available below) on her website today as a free download.

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The remix finds Minaj rapping aggressively over the original track's minimal beat. "My wrist look like I am a jewel thief," she spits, in one of her least hostile moments. "But that's 'cause I am a boss bitch – now macaroni cheese and grill my swordfish." Between those hypnotic verses, she still manages to squeeze in a few rounds of the chorus, which (as in the original) is mainly comprised of the word "bitch."

It's been a solid year for Minaj: The twerk-friendly rapper earned more than any other female hip-hop artist in 2013, coming in fourth overall on Forbe's list of the highest paid rappers. She even tied with former co-American Idol judge (and verbal sparring partner) Mariah Carey at Number 10 on the magazine's list of highest paid female artists.

Though Minaj won't be returning as an American Idol judge next season, she has plenty of projects in the pipeline for 2014: A new studio album is rumored to drop next year, and she also scored an acting gig in director Nick Cassavetes' (The Notebook, Alpha Dog) upcoming film comedy The Other Woman.

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